Russian Helicopters successfully tests Ansat aircraft under high temperatures in Pakistan
The guests learned about the competitive advantages of Ansat and the preliminary tests results being carried out since late October. The helicopter’s capability to operate at a temperature of up to +50 degrees Celsius has already been ascertained.
“We received several letters from our potential customers regarding their intention to buy the vehicles. Besides, there is an agreement that Ansat will be inspected by technical experts from a series of Pakistani businesses and governmental agencies. This helicopter also arouses interest in the countries of Asia and the Middle East, therefore, extension of the temperature range would allow to increase the number of potential buyers,” stated Alexander Scherbinin, Deputy General Director for Marketing and Development of the Russian Helicopters holding company.
The helicopter has a classic single-rotor design with a four blade main rotor and a two-blade tail rotor. The hinge-less main rotor makes it easier to handle and significantly reduces its operating costs.
The Ansat has a metal fuselage, composite non load-bearing parts, and layered fibreglass blades. The Ansat boasts the largest cabin in its class with a wide sliding door and can transport up to 8 passengers.
Ansat is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 207K 630 hp turboshaft engines with Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) system that ensures the helicopter can continue to fly if one engine fails.
The Ansat’s avionics, piloting and navigation systems include an on-board information system, multi-functional indicators and a failure warning system.
The training model uses a KSU-A fly-by-wire flight control system and has a four-channel digital integrated control system.
Ansat helicopter can be configured for a wide range of missions including cargo and passenger transportation, surveillance, search and rescue (SAR), fire-fighting, and MEDEVAC missions.
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Russia officially lifted an arms embargo against Pakistan, in place since the Soviet-Afghan War, in June 2014.
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